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  • On Mar 18, 2012
    Fran from SC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Can you take the monorail from Epcot to Magic Kingdom and vice-versa? If yes, what is the estimate of time it takes to get from one place to the other? We are traveling with 2 Adults and 2 children, ages 5 and 7. Thanks!

    Hi Fran!!!

    We love the added flexibility of transportation via the Monorail!!! 

    You can take the Monorail from the Magic Kingdom to Epcot and vice versa with one intermediate stop.  There isn't a direct route between the two, but you can still get from one to the other relatively easily!  

    Upon leaving either location, you will be taken to the Transportation and Ticket Center.  Once you are at the Transportation and Ticket Center you will need to disembark the Monorail train you were on and hop over to another Monorail line to get to your desired destination.  For example, if you leave Epcot and head towards the Magic Kingdom, you would need to get off at the Transportation and Ticket Center and hop onto the Magic Kingdom Monorail line.  The same would go if you left the Magic Kingdom.  You would need to ride over to the Transportation and Ticket Center, and then hop onto the Epcot Monorail line.  

    I would give yourself approximately 20-30 minutes to get from one location to the next when you have to add in the additional stop at the Transportation and Ticket Center.  It is definitely a very manageable and enjoyable ride!!

    Thank you for your question!!

    Have a magical day!!

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